debacle. here you have, you know, the secretary of state saying, you know, this is wrong. you know, this isn't the first time this has happened. in 2000, actually the company that did the purge actually said to them to katherine harris, we should not do it this way. but she decided to go ahead. there's no coincidence this is happening at the last minute. when we look at this, this is about a showdown around democracy. in one corner we have the secretary -- we have the governor who is the voter suppresser. in the other country we have the attorney general of the united states saying he's going to stand with the citizens of the united states. and he's going to protect the right to vote. >> now, judith, the governor says he's trying to fix a problem. a problem that doesn't exist. let me show you what he said. >> this is protecting the rights of the u.s. citizens and not diluting their vote.